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Franklin, Tennessee Real Estate

The real estate market in Franklin consists of single-family detached homes and a few select condominiums and townhouses. New and existing single-family homes are priced from just under $200,000 to more than $1 million. Land lots are also available for building custom homes.

The wide price range among single-family homes depends on the neighborhood. Homes in neighborhoods such as Falcon Creek, Hill Estates, Rucker Park, and Moore Haven Estates are priced in the $200,000 range. Properties in Fieldstone Farms range from the mid-$300,000s to the mid-$700,000s. Green Valley and Clover Meadows homes are priced in the $400,000s. Homes for sale in the historic Franklin district start in the $400,000s, though prices can exceed $1 million for Federal and Victorian-style properties built in the 19th century.

Condominiums and townhouses start in the low $200,000s in Jackson Place, Indian Springs, and Carriage Park. Prices range up to the high $400,000s in other developments, including McKays Mill and Forrest Crossing.
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Franklin Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Tennessee

A City Full Of History. Home to more than 78,000 residents, Franklin, Tenn. is located in the scenic rolling hills of Williamson County, just 15 miles south of Nashville. Founded in 1799 and brimming with small-town charm, Franklin is well known as the home of many Civil War sites, beautiful antebellum homes, and the Natchez Trace Parkway. Historic downtown Franklin - an award-winning "Great American Main Street" - features a Victorian commercial district, historic buildings, and unrivalled antique shopping. Downtown Franklin is also home to unique clothing shops, restaurants, bookstores, and galleries. The entire 15 block area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Real Estate & Amenities. The seat of Williamson County, Franklin is home to excellent medical care facilities and exceptional schools. For nature lovers, Franklin contains several city and county parks. The Williamson County Recreation Complex has two pools, ball courts, two gyms and an indoor track. James D. Pinkerton Park is a nature park with walking trails, a playground and picnic area. The Harpeth River provides recreational opportunities ranging from swimming and fishing to canoeing and rafting. The slow, laid-back pace of life in Franklin combines with the graciousness of the South to make this a wonderful place to call home. Housing can be found to fit all lifestyles and price points from luxurious estates to condominiums and modest single-family homes.

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